- Kukiokāne, 2001
From where the heiau used to be located, now the H-3 Freeway
- Haʻikū, 1990
The H-3 Freeway under construction in Ha’ikū Valley.
- Unrecorded heiau, 2013
- Hawea, 1994
The remnant of the platform at Hawea heiau, with construction and dredging debris pushed up against it from the creation of the marina at Hawaiʻi Kai by Kaiser Development Corp. Note the lined pit in the foreground.
- Ipu o lono, 2015
Ipu o Lono is the name given to the pōhaku in a 1977 article in the Windward Sun Press, which also published an image of a stone 4-5 feet high at this spot. What happened to it is a mystery. Only a small remnant remains on a curbed earth platform. I remember the large stone at this spot from my childhood, when we made trips across the mountain on the old Pali Road. One was not supposed to bring pork past this stone at midnight. The stone was known to everyone in Kailua.